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Stories to Build Teamwork – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Jacob Rishty Imagine yourself being the leader or a captain of a group to work on a bridge for a class. Your team is: you, your best friend, another friend, and two other boys from your class. You want to be appreciated but not to be selfish. So, you try to include everyone’s hidden talents. But, you only know your best friend’s hidden talent. Now, you need to find out everyone else’s hidden talent. You try to hang out with everyone else and you find their hidden talents. When the teacher says everyone get in your groups, you and your group do just that. Everyone is waiting for you to tell them what they are doing. You tell them what you have decided. None of them are unhappy with his part. They are all happy that they have the part that they wanted. In the end, the teacher smiles at your group knowing that we all got along. Your group got an A+. Without my team, I would’ve gotten an “F”. But, thanks to my team, we got an A+.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. Nancy Toussie says:

    i learned that if you are in a group you use teamwork you can get a+ because your teacher/rabbi see’s you working well if you she/he see’s you not working well she/he gives you an f

  2. Jacob Rishty says:

    This is such a great story good job Jacob you are the best and handsome and smartest and funniest guy I know good job

  3. Isaac ashkenazie says:

    Great story

  4. Caren Rishty says:

    Awesome !!!

  5. Awesome job Jacob!! Such a great story about teamwork!

  6. Way to go Jacob! What a great lesson!

  7. Michael Rishty says:

    Beautifully written! Great job

  8. Liz Rishty says:

    Well written!!

  9. Morris Rishty says:

    Great Job. Well Written!!!
    Love the team work!

  10. Beautiful story! It teaches everyone what it takes to be a true leader

  11. Abie Rishty says:

    This is a great story!

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